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rocketraccoon Says:
Classic X-Men #12a : The more I see of magneto the more I like him as a character. this issue shows how far magneto has come since he was first introduced as an uber-evil villain in the tradition of doctor doom. magnetos time in the concentration camp and the death of his daughter and betrayal of his wife as shown in this story serve to create a truly sympathetic villain with a complex and believable morality.
 
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edgar987 Says:
Daredevil #2 (v1) : Seeing Orlando step away from his usual horror or pirate niche was pretty cool though.
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Omega the Unknown #4 (v1) : Gerber usually writes from the heart, and this is no exception. This book my favorite among the 3 titles Steve was scripting at the time.
 
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chrisWhite Says:
X-Men #9 (v1) : I agree, these heroes fighting heroes for no reason is getting old fast. For comics so verbosely filled with text no one seems willing to talk before diving in and attacking known allies.

Clearly the world needs some super villain prisons already, that end was terrible.
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Thor #5 Annual : Favorite use of Asgardian grammar, when Thor lifts his hammer in Athens and "Naught Transpireth!"
 
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Robareid Says:
Strange Tales #108a (v1) : "I can tell the age of the picture from its style! It's about a million years old!" Wait, what?!!!!
 
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zweineuf Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #82 (v1) : First issue in the Order that uses periods instead of exclamation points.
 
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chrisWhite Says:
X-Men #8 (v1) : I'm pretty sure that the Blob's attacks are never sudden.

Stan really needed to spend some time with women, I suspect he had issues.

Overall, I liked this issue, Unus seemed like a decent villain and it was nice to see Beast start to win with his intellect rather than his powers
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #22a : -The Danny/Jade love scenes could fill a silo full of corn.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #20a : -This mag is waaaay better with Iron Fist and White Tiger than Shangy and The Sons.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #19a : -"Si! That Perez is Great! But Mantlo's stories! Quien puede entender los?" Indeed!
-Aww man, it's the break-up of The Original Beastie Boys! Oh, well...
 
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emerssso Says:
Tales of Suspense #50a (v1) : Three stars for an overall decent plot and the introduction of a classic villain, bonus star for the built in slide-rule.
 
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Robareid Says:
Strange Tales #106 (v1) : Well that was one of Torch's better solo stories. They did a nice job in getting rid of the stupid secret identity stuff, and I got a chuckle out of him bullshitting at the end about him knowing Acrobat was a bad guy all the time. It's the kind of thing I'd do lol, as a teenager

Nothing brilliant, but better ***
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Champions #10 : Good line from Crimson Dynamo about wanting to gloat, but only from a safe distance.
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Champions #9 : I'm enjoying the complex storyline, but the Bob Hall art is poor.
 
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Calthor Says:
Frankenstein #13 : Marvel's Law of Physics: a random collection of chemicals will always elicit an unpredicted, interested reaction on a subject when 'accidentally' placed into contact with it.

Case in point: the mannequin here.
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
Marvel Fanfare #37a (v1) : I enjoyed seeing the warriors three in action all by themselves. I wish Thor hadn't show up at the end to steal their thunder.
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
Incredible Hulk #337 (v1) : Loving the new gray hulk.
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
Comet Man #6 : can't help thinking that this series exists just to torture comet man. he loses everything and then jets into space. having no real lasting effect on 616 that I'm aware of.
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
X-Factor #19 (v1) : if you know any marvel history you knew in advance who the mysterious 4th horseman of the apocalypse is. with this is mind I can't be sure if you're supposed to guess his identity or not.
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
Fallen Angels #4 : great to see devil dinosaur and moon boy again.
 
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Adrian Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #12 (v1) : Wonder how long jail will keep Doc Oc this time?
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #288 (v1) : daredevil is being a jerk.
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
X-Men vs The Avengers #4 : the second Vs the X-men story in a short time period. Must everyone fight the X-men? you'd think they'd have figured out that wolverine will kill them at the slightest provocation.
 
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Calthor Says:
Creatures on the Loose #37 : At the end of the run he started to grow on me a little, as they were pursuing the lunar/scientific-aspect of his identity more and more.
 
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john54542 Says:
Giant-Size Avengers #1 (v1) : This was a surprisingly good issue. Definitely one of the best issues of Avengers that Roy Thomas wrote in over 70 issues.
 
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john54542 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #133 (v1) : I really found the mystery of what was wrong with Liz Allen being tied in with this rather lame Molten Man story as very disappointing. At first when they brought her back I thought, maybe some really cool stories are going to follow that justified killing Gwen Stacy. Now I really doubt that will be the case. Just more fairly mediocre writing for ASM. Stan Lee is really missed on this book at this point in the order.
 
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Anonymous Says:
Incredible Hulk #235 (v1) : great cover 10 out of 10
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Inhumans #10 (v1) : Funny, the cover for issue 9 obviously was drawn for the contents of this issue. I guess they whipped up another one for #10.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Adventures #35 (v2) : -Trippy maaaaan. "I gotsta get down to Hotlanta...that place is funner'n hail!"
 
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zweineuf Says:
Sub-Mariner #22 (v1) : I liked the interaction between Namor and Strange, and the way Strange buffed Namor with water during battle.
If I were Namor I'd probably be skeptical at the end, though ... Strange follows Namor into the other dimension, idol in hand, and then hurls Namor back to Earth. For all Namor knows, the whole thing was a ruse to get the idol into the other dimension, and it worked.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Master of Kung Fu #31 : -This issue had more secret agent action than Skyfall--hotter babes and more satisfaction as well. ***
 
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Calthor Says:
Creatures on the Loose #32 : Kraven has Electro-Nipple-Bursts?
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Werewolf by Night #40 (v1) : Moench, via narrator Jack Russell, has Brother Voodoo "talking through his Afro" and "doing that Mumbo Jumbo hand jive." Discuss.
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
Fantastic Four #15 (v1) : Thinker... More like stinker!
 
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Calthor Says:
Creatures on the Loose #30 : But.. But.. This is the SCIENTIFIC werewolf, like Morbius is the SCIENTIFIC vampire.

Bah, I hope this doesn't last.
 
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Calthor Says:
Man-Thing #13 (v1) : I get a strange kick out of weirdness like this, be it from a Dr. Strange or a Man-Thing title. I just hope this gets some more explanation/background very soon, or it was just too random, even for me.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Inhumans #8 (v1) : -This issue kinda lost me when the spider city "literally" attacked the beetle city--futility of war and all that mess. Lame. Not a bad issue otherwise.
 
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fragsel Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #199 (v1) : come on!!!!!!!! he made a bubble with his web while his hands were tied with a chain under the water which wasn't even there but drained after he pulled the plug? and no one noticed his spider costume is visible under the gown? how many stupid ideas might be introduced in one issue?
 
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zweineuf Says:
Doctor Strange #180 (v1) : Good creepy Nightmare art by Colan, but I'm not a fan of the attempt to make Strange more of a regular guy. Don't know if that was in response to requests by the readers (I haven't been reading the letters page) or if it was an attempt to boost flagging sales, but it's not a welcome direction for the character for my money.
 
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